• We are pleased about a comprehensive and dynamic partner landscape. The extensive network includes industry leaders and representatives from the areas of logistics software, telematics services, master data management, sales staff and service technician planning, product resellers and system and consulting companies. Become part of our community.

Our Partners

  • Since its foundation in 1986, Xyric SA has specialised in providing software and services for the transport and logistics sector: parcel service, transportation by batch or half-batch, and warehouse management.

    The company has also developed strong skills in EDI with a server centre dedicated to this activity. It is a member of the GTF (Groupement des Transporteurs Français) technical group and is in this way involved in any changes to rules and standards in the EDI sector.

    Xyirc markets PROXYLOG, software specifically for the world of transportation by batch, half-batch and freight, as well as the SPEED Wms software for warehouse management.

    The company's clients are carriers, carrier networks, logistics companies, transit platforms and shipping companies in different sectors of business: publishing, pharmaceuticals, automotive, food trade, and more.

    The reliability and suitability of the company's solutions in relation to their clients' operational requirements are proven by their clients' ongoing loyalty.


  • YellowFox, Winner of the 2012 TelematikAward with the "YellowTimeManager", makes products for tracking vehicles for all fleet sizes - regardless of whether passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, trucks, buses, trains, construction vehicles or ships. A diverse product portfolio is needed to meet a broad range of requirements, so YellowFox tailors its product packages to its customers.

    The focus is on operational functions such as control - monitoring working time, fleet management, scheduling, navigation, route optimisation, an alarm function in emergencies, truck navigation, area monitoring, an electronic driver's logbook, driver identification and recording vehicle data such as ignition signals, door contacts or driving and rest periods are just a few examples.